One other shock defeat follows yesterday’s Saudi Arabia-Argentina antics as four-time winners Germany fell to defeat of their opening World Cup fixture with Japan.
Flashbacks of the nightmare in 2018 shall be speeding by each Germany fan’s head proper now, with Die Mannschaft the latest staff to undergo the ‘winner’s curse’ of crashing out within the group stage.
By their lofty requirements, Germany additionally succumbed to defeat early on of their European Championship marketing campaign in opposition to England within the Spherical of 16, so the stress to succeed in the latter levels in Qatar has intensified immeasurably.
Germany Lose Their Opening Recreation In opposition to Japan
Having taken the lead little after the half hour mark courtesy of an Ilkay Gundogan penalty, Hansi Flick’s aspect appeared as if that they had full management over proceedings heading into the break.
Nonetheless, after failing to benefit from their 26 photographs and 74% possession, Japan slowly crept again into rivalry, choosing their moments to enterprise ahead and troubling Manuel Neuer who was compelled into making two spectacular saves.
74' Germany 1-0 Japan
83' Germany 1-2 Japan
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An equaliser within the seventy fifth minute, and a wide ranging near-post winner from Takuma Asano with seven minutes left to play was sufficient to inflict Germany’s second-consecutive opening sport defeat within the World Cup.
This implies they’ve now drifted to 25/1 within the present outright World Cup betting markets having began out as brief at 10/1 within the bookies’ pre-tournament.
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